Last week, we published a story revealing a shocking display of intellectual dishonesty and consumer fraud by the Sustainable Food Trust, whose recent study falsely comparing grass-fed cow’s milk to READ ON
A dubious new report from a UK group called the Sustainable Food Trust (SFT) recently spawned a spate of bait-click headlines claiming that grass-fed cow’s milk is better for the READ ON
Ben & Jerry’s seems to be missing the point. They are the third largest ice cream producer in the U.S. and are owned by corporate giant Unilever, with an already READ ON
. Activism is about pushing open the Overton Window, shifting societies attitudes about an injustice from indifference to empathy. That’s the hard work we must do and that every impactful READ ON
As a member of the “Youtube-TikTok” generation, I have one message for the dairy industry: It’s too little, too late.
The industry that grinds up billions of male chicks, rips out the testicles of newborn piglets, and anally electrocutes unwanted dairy calves as a method of killing is now telling READ ON
A new report, Food and Pandemics, concludes that “using animals for food is the most risky human behaviour in relation to pandemics, and one of the most risky behaviours in READ ON
The exploitation of nonhuman animals for the past ten thousand years has been disastrous for human society. At this tragic moment in history, circumstances are crying out for policies and READ ON
On June 19th, Regan Russell was at Fearmans as part of a special pig vigil to protest Bill 156 when she was tragically struck and killed by a transport truck. READ ON
Most of us have had our share of regrettable and unpleasant exchanges on Facebook that have left us wanting to retreat from people, groups and even activism for animals.